Defining Moments in Military Life

Written By: Hope N. Griffin Military life brings with it a number of defining moments. Here are a few my family has experienced over the last ten years: Enlistment Moving […]

Reboot Combat Recovery’s Trauma Healing Course

Across the country, active duty, veterans, and their families are finding hope and healing from Post Traumatic Stress through Reboot Combat Recovery’s Trauma Healing Courses. Divorce rates are dropping. Medication […]

Top Military Marriage Stressors

Spencer and Margaret have worked with many military couples as volunteers, besides being a military couple themselves. Here are the top three struggles they see:         Multiple deployments: “When you’re […]

Looking for Leverage

Working Together “Let us have confidence, then, and approach God’s throne, where there is grace. There we will receive mercy and find grace to help us just when we need […]

Is this what marriage was supposed to be?

Marriage and Deployment “So they are no longer two, but one.  Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.” —Matthew 19:6 Our ministry verse has been “With my mouth […]

Light in a Dark Place

Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. — Romans 12:12 Desire To Be A Light We gather with military couples every Saturday night for dinner and Bible study.  […]

Choosing Hope

Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. —Hebrews 11:1 What is it that you hope for? Perhaps it is the safety of […]

Art of Marriage Ops

The Art of Marriage Ops Marriage is the most important commitment that a man and woman can make. When the pressures of military service threaten the marriages of military couples, […]

“Super Glue” for the Military Home

He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together. — Colossians 1:17 The story goes something like this: A military family has just arrived at their new […]

Scars and Forgiveness

I have a collection of scars, some received through no fault of my own. Well, truth be told, nearly all of them could have been prevented. Like the one I […]